Chris Corpus is a partner with the law firm Wegman, Hesselr and Vaderburg, where he assists clients in business entity selections, contract negotiation, review and drafting, asset sales and purchases, co-owner relations, succession planning, restrictions on competition, and leasing transactions. Chris also assists his clients with general business advice and the potential legal ramifications of such decisions.Chris works with clients in protecting and defending their trademarks. This includes trademark validity, prosecution, infringement, right-to-use opinions and licensing matters.Chris also defends companies in product liability and consumer actions. His experience also includes business and commercial disputes and the defense of manufacturers at trial in numerous federal and state courts. He has received Martindale Hubbell’s Highest Possible Rating in both Legal Ability and Ethical Standards, A-V.Contact Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org"
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Published: 10.01.13 By Christopher Corpus